Speak up for a better Morrissey Boulevard!

The current state of Morrissey Boulevard.

The Department of Conservation and Recreation is currently undertaking the public process for the redesign and reconstruction of Morrissey Boulevard, a critical connection between Hyde Park, Mattapan, Milton, Quincy and downtown Boston.

Because of it’s tendency to flood during storms and high tides, the entire roadway needs to be reconstructed. […]

Support a safer Beacon Street!

The City of Boston is proposing to install a parking-protected bike lane on Beacon Street in the Back Bay, but we need to speak up to make sure the best design possible in chosen!

At a public meeting on June 12th, the Boston Transportation Department presented 4 design alternatives for Beacon Street, and two different options for […]

A month of bike advocacy: from Make Way for Bike Lanes to the Ride for Ricky & Transportation Department Budget Hearing

Photo credit: Jeff Dietrich View more photos of the Ride for Ricky here.

 

Last month, nearly 300 people with bicycles gathered in Copley Square on a Sunday afternoon. After a short rally on the steps of Trinity Church, they pedalled down Boylston Street towards the Public Garden, a park surrounded by 4-lane, one-way roads that […]

Letter from the Vision Zero Coalition to Mayor Walsh

On May 16th, 2017, City of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh was interviewed on WGBH radio. In the wake of the recent fatal hit-and-run crash that killed Rick Archer on Comm Ave and an uptick in pedestrian fatalities in Boston and nationwide, Mayor Walsh urged people who walk and bike in the city to take more personal […]